Migration Museum at The Workshop

Our Migration Museum at The Workshop is now closed. We will be moving to an exciting new venue in 2020, where we will stage a dynamic programme of exhibitions, events and education workshops – more details to be announced soon. 

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The Migration Museum was based at The Workshop from April 2017 until November 2019. Over 30,000 people visited our exhibitions, events and education workshops at our temporary venue in Lambeth. Thank you for your support – and do come and visit us at our new venue in 2020 – more details to follow soon.

The Migration Museum at The Workshop was located at 26 Lambeth High Street SE1 7AG, just off Albert Embankment.

About The Workshop

The Workshop is a temporary arts and community space dedicated to inspiring creativity and knowledge exchange, housed in the London Fire Brigade engine workshops on Albert Embankment. The space, created and managed by regeneration specialist U+I, is home to creative tenants including Migration Museum Project, Institute of Imagination, Kidesign, Vivid Drinks, Mark Lloyd Bennett Design, Progress London and multidisciplinary artists Christopher Baxter, Barry Reigate and Luke Haseler, all of whom will be hosting interactive events for the community to discover and enjoy.

Acknowledgments
The Migration Museum Project would like to thank U+I for generously enabling us to host our museum at The Workshop.

  • Russell Luscombe

    Brilliant news that you have a permanent (?) venue. First exhibitions look intriguing & I’m really keen to visit when next in London. Wishing you success in this exciting phase.